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Moral Authority, Ideology, And The Future Of American Social Welfare - Andrew W. Dobelstein

Moral Authority, Ideology, And The Future Of American Social Welfare

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Published: 16th December 1998
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American welfare policies and programs frustrate both conservative and liberal advocates who fail to realize that American welfare policy cannot be any more than, or any less than, the distinctly American framework in which it operates. "Moral Authority, Ideology, and the Future of American Social Welfare "departs from standard presentations of social welfare by dealing directly with the ideologies that have shaped the American experience and illustrates how the values these ideologies generate define the framework of American social welfare through existing economic, governmental, and social structures. By reviewing the ideological frameworks that have shaped the American experience, Andrew Dobelstein explains that we have tried to do much more with American social welfare policy than is possible in the present American system and that prudence suggests a reformation of American social welfare policy--which is not to do less but to do what we are capable of doing in a more effective way. This book suggests how welfare can be re-formed by taking the American ideological context as a road map for which welfare changes are possible and which are not, laying out a framework for welfare as America enters the twenty-first century.

* The Challenges of Welfare in America Today * Family and Religious Values in Welfare Ethics * Transforming Ideology into Welfare * Welfares Political Framework * The Evolution of Americas Present-Day Welfare Policies and Programs * American Ideologies: Liberalism, Its Limitations and Potential * American Ideologies: Capitalism, Economics Without Ethics * American Ideologies: Positivism, the Belief System of Social Science * A New Paradigm for Social Welfare

ISBN: 9780813333120
ISBN-10: 0813333121
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 307
Published: 16th December 1998
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.9 x 15.2  x 1.58
Weight (kg): 0.4
Edition Number: 1